Beat the Clock! Don’t Let Santa Outshine You


Time is running out! This is your last chance to get the best product selection with ample time for production!

Good Packaging Makes All the Difference.

People can tell the difference between a manufactured commodity and a thoughtfully chosen gift. However, as a buyer conscientious of both cost and quantity, this line can get a little blurry. A great way to separate your holiday gift from another junk-drawer- destined flash drive is to package it nicely, in a way that sets it apart.

Design takes product to the next level.

Having a functional, well-performing product is often only half the battle. Your goal should be to provide your audience with something of quality that makes them think of you. If you take the time to give them the best water bottle you can find but don’t mark it as YOUR’S, the purpose is lost. There are countless ways to brand products in unique, stylish ways. Talk to us about our creative services.

Are the Who’s and How’s of your project daunting?

We do not want logistical concerns to get in the way of your holiday gift decision making. Because of that, Name Brand Promotions offers the following services:

  • Warehousing. If you don’t have the space, you don’t have to wait.
  • Gift Wrapping. Don’t waste your time wrapping 100’s of gifts, we’ll take care of it for you.
  • Webstores. If your employees like options, we can create and on-line store for them to shop from.

Call us today and learn how to take the stress out of the holidays.

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